SIAM Announces the 2022 Class of MGB-SIAM Early Career Fellows
SIAM is pleased to announce the inaugural class of MGB-SIAM Early Career (MSEC) Fellows. These distinguished early career professionals were selected based on their exemplary achievements; support of diversity, equity, and inclusion in their community; and commitment to industrial and applied mathematics, computational science, and data science.
The MSEC Fellowship, established in 2021, reflects a joint commitment by Mathematically Gifted & Black (MGB) and SIAM to promote long-term engagement of MSEC Fellows within SIAM and continued success within the wider applied mathematics and computational sciences community. This program recognizes the achievements of early career applied mathematicians—especially those belonging to racial and ethnic groups historically excluded from the mathematical sciences in the United States—and provides professional activities and career development. We would like to congratulate the following IPAM affiliates who are among the inaugural class of esteemed fellows:
Samy Wu Fung (Colorado School of Mines), participated as a speaker in IPAM’s 2020 workshop High Dimensional Hamilton-Jacobi PDEs.
Iván Ojeda-Ruiz (Texas State University), participated in the 2011 NSF Mathematics Institutes’ Modern Math Workshop at SACNAS.
Joan Ponce (University of California, Los Angeles), participated in the 2018 Latinx in Mathematical Sciences Conference (LATMath).
Congratulations on this great achievement!